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What To Do First

After a person has been charged with driving under the influence (DUI) in San Mateo County, he/she may be uncertain what to do next.  The DUI process can be very confusing and stressful for most people.  In a matter of moments, people charged with DUI face a variety of serious legal consequences that can inhibit their way of living.  When a person is arrested for DUI, there are two things they can do to make the process less problematic.  By being pro-active, people can save themselves an abundance of time, stress, and money. 

Hire a DUI Attorney

Once a person has been arrested for DUI, the best decision they can make is to contact an attorney who specifically handles DUI cases.  A DUI attorney can get involved from the very beginning and make the DUI process easier for the offender.  From advising the offender during the arraignment, to helping arrange bail, an attorney can be the defendant's greatest asset. 

After the arrest, a qualified attorney can further investigate the defendant's case, question the arresting officer, and challenge blood alcohol and field sobriety test results.  A San Mateo DUI Attorney can vigorously defend the offender during his/her trial and at the DMV hearing.  By retaining the services of a professional attorney, DUI offenders have a greater chance of countering their criminal charges and lessening legal punishments.    

Schedule a Hearing with the California DMV
From the time of their arrest, people facing DUI charges only have 10 days to schedule and Administrative hearing with the California Department of Motor Vehicles.  By scheduling a hearing with the DMV, people charged with DUI can contest their license suspension.  If a person fails to schedule a hearing with the DMV, his/her driver's license will automatically remain suspended.  Additionally, if a person refuses to submit to a chemical test at the time of his/her arrest, the person's license will automatically be suspended by law enforcement. 

San Mateo DUI Defense Attorney

The Law Office of Robert Tayac has helped countless clients fight their San Mateo DUI charges.  With years of trial and DUI litigation experience, Attorney Robert Tayac has the skill and legal expertise it takes to successfully contest his clients' DUI charges.  Whether your are a first time offender or a multiple DUI offender, you can be assured that Mr. Tayac will put every effort into helping you avoid a criminal conviction. 

Contact the Law Office of Robert Tayac for your free DUI case evaluation!

Any person who drives under the influence of drugs and/or alcohol places his/her life and others in great danger.  For this reason, California has adopted strict DUI laws and legal penalties.  If a person is convicted of driving under the influence in San Mateo County, he/she faces life-altering legal punishments such as jail time, fines, probation, license suspension, and vehicle impoundment.  When you are charged with DUI, you need the counsel of an experienced San Mateo attorney to increase your chances of winning in court.


Contact the Law Office of Robert Tayac for your free DUI case evaluation!